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There are a few things that control this in site settings --> navigation. Managed Navigation -- use a term set for navigation Add new pages to navigation automatically -- a new item is added to the termset for each new page Create friendly URLs for new pages automatically -- This is what you're concerned about - the page shows up in the URL without the ...


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In a way, your public facing O365 website is already configured that way. If you're not signed in you get this view: You have a sign-in option, but can't create posts to the Blog directly. But you can access blog posts when they are published. When you're signed-in you have more control of the site: You can take the entire site Offline at the top left ...


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$siteUrl = "http://ukreddy:3456/" $siteCollection = Get-SPSite $siteUrl Enable-SPFeature "PublishingSite" -Url $siteCollection.Url -force Enable-SPFeature "PublishingWeb" -Url $siteCollection.Url -force http://ukreddysharepoint2010.blogspot.co.uk/2014/05/error-systemargumentexception-value.html Sharepoint was failing to activate the feature PublishingWeb. ...


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As you mentioned, "To open the file in Office client application you use the Edit link in the preview box no more “Edit in Microsoft Word”. This is the way to open/edit document into the Chrome Browser. As these browser supported but you will still face some difficulties as compare to IE. I would recommend always use IE unless their is requirement. Also ...


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SharePoint is not be blamed for the varying behavior but it is the browsers. The browsers cannot be completely uniform in features and functions. Each has its own capabilities. The behavior also changes when using a different SharePoint and browser versions. The Open Document pop up we encounter only in IE browser. But we never encounter it in Chrome, ...


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You can copy the default page used to create those alerts in your 15 hive. Then make your modifications to the edited copy to make it do what you want. Once completed, you can use STSADM to update your Alert Templates. stsadm -o updatealerttemplates -url http://mysite -f "c:\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\web server ...


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This is by design. SharePoint will not remove those libraries. You can manually remove those and it will not cause any problems. Later if you activate the Publishing feature will create those if it doesn't exists.


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You can store as many as 30,000,000 pages in a library. Remember that each page represents a list item in the library. However, there is something called List view threshold. It specifies the maximum number of list or library items that a database operation, such as a query, can process at the same time outside the daily time window set by the ...


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The navigation options which you have set tries to pulls the items from managed metadata term sets. Change the Global and Current Navigation settings as below to display the pages as navigation items. The folders will not be displayed as navigation items. But you can still add the folders manually and move the pages accordingly under the same navigation ...


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The answer to this question is: No, it is not possible to create another library with the same functionality as Pages on a publishing site.


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How to determine whether site is a Publishing site using CSOM: public static bool IsPublishingWeb(Web web) { var ctx = web.Context; var propName = "__PublishingFeatureActivated"; //Ensure web properties are loaded if (!web.IsObjectPropertyInstantiated("AllProperties")) { ctx.Load(web, w => w.AllProperties); ...


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Matt, You can create an user control to handle this in code. You can then add the control to the master page. Take a look at these two examples and let me know if I can assist. Inject dynamic javascript using MasterPage Programmatically add JS/CSS to pages


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You can do it through Welcome Page option but i guess for that you will need to activate Publishing feature at site level. The other options are If you want to set a Custom Page as a Home Page in a typical SharePoint Team site, you can simply do that by Opening the Page and selecting Page tab -> Make HomePage button to set this particular page as default ...


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The changes can be made in site definition files. If the site created by you is using custom site template(You have created template) you can set it in the onet.xml file of the Site definition. In the onet.xml, refer the module in the configuration and define the module int he following way <Modules> <Module Name="Default" ...


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The SPFile object has a ForwardLinks and Backwards link property that contain SPLinkCollection that you may be able to query. Add-PSSnapin Microsoft.SharePoint.Powershell -ea 0; $web = get-spweb '<url>' $list = $web.lists['Pages']; foreach($file in $list.items){ $links = $file.ForwardLinks; foreach($link in $links){ if($link.url ...


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Unless you click on "Automatic Update" it simple copy-pastes in the resuable-content in a new page and then forgets about it. If you do have Automatic Update on the other hand, the pages instead store references to the resuable content (not the content itself) and fetches the reusable content on render: The "storage format" of the content in a ...


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Here is what I found You change home page to new name SharePoint set site home page = new name Tries to change the name of actual file I believe step#2 should have been done after #3 or there should be a rollback mechanism


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publishing sites in SharePoint has much more than just the publishing feature. It includes special webparts to the masterpage and a unique hierarchy of form pages. So, Custom Team Site template will not work with publishing site. ...


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You are missing ClientContext.ExecuteQuery. After clientContext.Load(pWeb); use clientContext.ExecuteQuery(); UPDATE It appears that PublishingWeb.GetPublishingWeb creates a PublishingWeb object whether the site is a publishing site or not. As you may be aware the PublishingWeb has a Pages library, the workaround can be to check whether a library with this ...


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Web Part Pages and Wiki pages can be stored in any document library as long as the appropriate content type has been added to the library via its settings. However, the library actually named "Pages" is created & maintained by the Publishing feature. Attempting to rename or delete it will probably not work and/or cause problems. If you want to create ...


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You can change this behaviour using Site Navigation Settings Open Site Settings Click on Navigation Uncheck "Show pages" from Global Navigation section Click Ok


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I don't think there would be a way around. Because it seems that they have intentionally kept this feature and hence provided the Save Conflict popup to deal with the situation. Update : Using Page Layout you can hide it as follows. Wrap <b> <SharePoint:EncodedLiteral runat="server" ...


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According to this blog post moving your Module to a SPWeb feature and have it be activated after the publishing feature in your onet.xml should solve your problem. SharePoint provisions in the following order: global onet.xml SPSite scoped features defined in onet.xml, in the order they are defined in the file. SPSite scoped stapled ...


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The Publishing feature does not support the Save Site as Template option. It is necessary to create site definition templates for site collections on which Publishing feature is to be activated. SharePoint Publishing feature does not support "Save Site as Template" option So, In other words their are tons of issue even if you create a site template from ...


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you cannot paste the images into sharepoint pages directly, Images cannot be rendered as HTML so cannot be pasted. You have to upload the images into SharePoint then insert it on the pages /places you want. Or you can try 3rd party tool for this. http://www.kwizcom.com/sharepoint-add-ons/SharePoint-clipboard-manager/overview/ or ...


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This means the changes of the object. In your case it is the single page. You can create alerts for List/Library or for single element.


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you can do this by code behind : using (SPSite site = new SPSite(SPContext.Current.Site.URL)) using (SPWeb web = site.OpenWeb()) { SPList list = web.Lists["ListName"]; web.AllowUnSafeUpdates = true; foreach (SPListItem items in list.Items) { items["Author"] = value; ...


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Try following: <SharePoint:UserField id="modifiedFieldCtrl" ControlMode="Display" FieldName="Author" runat="server"/> <SharePoint:FieldValue FieldName="Version" runat="server" ControlMode="Display" DisableInputFieldLabel="true"/> Custom Form Does Not Display "Created By" value


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If you have an approval process set up for your wiki pages already then you should be able to go to whatever task list you're using with the approval process (Workflow Tasks or Tasks generally). In that you will see who has approved or rejected what and when they did it.


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There is no "Publish" you just save the document and it will default to the source Library. If they edit it in the browser it will save back to the Library as well. The user has to have sufficient permissions to perform the task, in this case they need Edit rights.



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